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Tan Zhongyi vs Anna Muzychuk
Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2017) (rapid), Tehran IRI, rd 6, Mar-03
Slav Defense: Modern Line (D11)  ·  1-0

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Mar-03-17  Henrychn: 39....Kh6?? A blunder!
Mar-03-17  JimNorCal: What's up with 33. Rf1. Not a natural looking move at all. The move did work in practice--Anna burned time responding to it and fell behind on the clock.
Mar-03-17
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  whiteshark: #blackout
Mar-03-17  kdogphs: whoa... yeah... triple question marks after Black's 39th... well done Tan Zhongyi!
Mar-03-17
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  tamar: 39...Kg8 is not a pleasant move to have to make, as the game then becomes a race between the b pawn and the d pawn, with Black's King allowing d8 with check.

But with her active rook Anna could have forced the trade into a holdable 4 v 3 same side pawn ending.

Tough end for her dreams of being a world champ.

Mar-03-17
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  whiteshark: <This game is type: CLASSICAL> No!

* The tiebreaks consist of two 25 min + 10-sec increment <rapid> games

Mar-03-17  notyetagm: Tan Zhongyi vs A Muzychuk, 2017

<JimNorCal: What's up with 33. Rf1. Not a natural looking move at all. The move did work in practice--Anna burned time responding to it and fell behind on the clock.>

The <CARLSEN SCHOOL OF CHESS>: get way ahead on the clock and let your opponent self-destruct (39 ... ♔g7-h6?? ) in <ZEITNOT>.

Mar-03-17
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  Calli: " What's up with 33. Rf1?"

Fork on e2 threatened and if 33.Re1 then Nb5 attacks the Rook and the Queen.

Mar-03-17  JimNorCal: Why not Bf1?
Rf1 constricts all the white pieces, abandons the queenside and posts the rook to a square with no scope. Other than that ... seems OK
Mar-03-17
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  beatgiant: <JimNorCal>
<Why not Bf1?>
33. Bf1 Qb2 34. Re1 Qd2 35. Ra1 Nd1 abandons the kingside and posts the rook to a square with no scope. Other than that... seems OK
Mar-03-17  JimNorCal: Thanks BeatGiant! Heh.
Mar-04-17  SometimesGood: 42. g5+ give immediate mate: Rg5, 43. Qf8 checkmate, And she had time!
Mar-04-17
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  Gilmoy: <SometimesGood: 42.g5+> Rxg5+ <whoops> 43.Kh1 Rf5:


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